Clover Park High School students visit booths from various colleges, universities and community organizations as part of the College, Career and Service Fair.
Clover Park High School (CPHS) hosted its fifth annual open house and College, Career and Service Fair on Oct. 8. More than 60 colleges and universities, community agencies, organizations and employers shared information with parents and students about their admission and application process, programs, services and opportunities.
In addition, each of CPHS‚Äôs three small learning communities were represented by administrators and teachers who were also on hand to answer questions and share information on their classes and programs.
According to CPHS career specialist Jennifer Dixon, more than 600 CPHS students and parents attended the event. ‚ÄúThe College, Career and Service Fair, in conjunction with the open house, provides an opportunity for families to investigate and explore post high school options with their children. The event also enables community partners to meet our families and share expectations and resources.‚Äù
Two students get information from a community service representative. Overall, more than 60 organizations participated in the event.